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Blessed Mother Teresa’s “Dark Night” - Ralph Martin, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction

The Theory & Practice of Solidarity – Fr. Maciej Ziba OP, First Thoughts

The Eternal Liturgy vs. Contemporary Worship - Byz Pulpit

Can the Church Save the Black American Community? – David L. Gray, Aleteia

Abortion Theater - God & Caesar

American Catholicism: A Schism Set in Amber – Fr. Bevil Bramwell OMI, The Catholic Thing

Proof of God via Business Consultant - J. Q. Tomanek, Ignitum Today

The Soul-Killing, Family-Destroying Curse of Pornography – Mark Gordon, Aleteia

Memoria Futuri: Living Our Faith Forward – Jeff McLeod, Catholic Stand

Common Core Is Curriculum, Contrary to Claims – Joe Giganti & Matthew Archbold, Catholic Education Daily

Catacomb of St. Priscilla Restored & Now on Google Maps – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

Amen! Pergolesi! – Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Cafe

Where Is God in the Philippines? – Fr. Nnamdi Moneme OMV, Catholic Exchange

Catholic & Boycotting Kmart – Connecticut Catholic Corner

How to Help Those Who Don’t Identify with their Sex – Patricia Navas, Aleteia

A Dream Come True: 1965 Missal Online! – Jeff Ostrowski, Views from the Choir Loft

50 Years Ago Today at Vatican II. . . – Fr. John T. Myler

Get Thee Behind Abe, Editors! - Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Cardinal Pell Says Inquiry Report “Seems Fair & Reasonable” – Carl E. Olson, The CWR Blog

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Pope Francis waves to pilgrims during his Angelus address August 30, 2020.

Pope Francis: The Path to Holiness Requires Spiritual Combat

Reflecting on Sunday’s Gospel, the pope said that “living a Christian life is not made up of dreams or beautiful aspirations, but of concrete commitments, in order to open ourselves ever more to God's will and to love for our brothers and sisters.”